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Property company, Fabege invests in new podcast studio in Luma, Hammarby Sjöstad

Friday, 13 September 2013
In the past year, the podcast format has become very popular and Fabege is now opening a recording studio in Hammarby Sjöstad.

Atlas Copco again on Dow Jones Sustainability Index

Friday, 13 September 2013
Atlas Copco, a leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, was included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for 2013/2014.

Slow recovery for Swedish engineering section

Thursday, 12 September 2013engineering
The business activity in the Swedish engineering industry reflects a modest recovery during the third quarter 2013. New orders continue to grow, but at a slightly slower pace, according to Teknikföretagen's Business Activity Survey.

Swedish nuclear reactor among the worst in the world

Wednesday, 11 September 2013Swedish failed nuclear power plant
Oskarshamn 1 is one of the world's worst nuclear reactors, according to a new finding and classification of the most dangerous nuclear power stations.

Aerocrine launches a new fully portable hand-held device to measure airway inflammation in asthma

Wednesday, 11 September 2013
Aerocrine AB is pleased to announce the launch of NIOX VERO®, a new, fully portable hand-held point-of-care device for the measurement of airway inflammation, such as asthma.

Atlas Copco acquires U.S. construction Tools Company

Tuesday, 10 September 2013
Atlas Copco, a leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, announces that it has acquired Pneumatic Holdings Inc., a leading U.S. provider of pneumatic light construction tools. 

Three Saab Gripen fighter jets heading to Thailand hit by lightning.

Thursday, 05 September 2013Saab gripen
The fighter jets which were over the sea in the Indian airspace, received burns but no pilot was hurt, according to a news report.

Kongsberg Automotive driveline systems delivered shifter system to Volvo cars concept coupe

Thursday, 05 September 2013
Kongsberg Automotive (KA) delivers the “crystal shifter system” to Volvo’s latest concept that will be on display at IAA (Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung) in Frankfurt that opens next week, in a press release announcement.

Spotify sued in the UK by the Ministry of Sound

Wednesday, 04 September 2013Ministry of soundTumblr
Dance record label Ministry of Sound is suing music streaming service Spotify, claiming Spotify playlists copy its compilation albums, reports the BBC

Continued efficiency pressure on Toyota as 369,000 cars are recalled including more than 1555 in Sweden

Wednesday, 04 September 2013

The Japanese automaker, Toyota recalls 369,000 cars globally due to various hardware problems. 

Ryanair forced to cut prices as sales not reflecting their business model

Wednesday, 04 September 2013Ryanair
As the lord of all low price carriers, Ryanair starts seeing the reaction of poor customer services and excessive additional costs affecting its bottom line, the top management is now warning of t profits shortfall for this year.

Which are the safest cars according to Swedish crash test? Is Volvo still safest in crashes?

Tuesday, 03 September 2013Volvo
Toyota Starlet has emerged as the worst car by far according to Swedish latest crash test, while the safest cars are Volvo S60/V60 and V70/S80.

Atlas Copco to adjusts mining equipment capacity in Sweden as 163 employees might go

September 3, 2013atlas copco
Atlas Copco announced that it is reducing capacity at its facility in Örebro, Sweden, in response to continued weak global demand for mining equipment.

Ericsson builds data centre in Sweden and North American

Monday, 02 September 2013Ericsson
Telecoms giant Ericsson is to invest Skr7 billion in three new so-called data centres of which two will be based in Sweden

IKEA expected expansion would now slow

Monday, 02 September 2013
The new Chief Executive Officer of Ikea, the world largest furniture retailer has decided to slow down the rate of growth of the company's expansion rate.

Saab Dynamics in Karlskoga will shed 70 jobs - implementing efficiency measure previously announced

Monday, 02 September 2013Saab
Defence group Saab wants to do away with  70 employees in the business area Dynamics based in Karlskoga. The reason is the decline in orders.

H&M to start operating in South Africa - planning a new store

Thursday, 29 August 2013H&M
Swedish fashion giant, Hennes & Mauritz is getting into the South African, confirming the company's news marketing and operations strategy in to the African continent.

Apple engineer the purchase of Swedish Software Company based in Malmö

Wednesday, 28 August 2013apple

US giant apple is reported to be behind the acquisition of software company Algotrim in Malmö.

Explosion of restaurants in Sweden 25 percent growth in 10 years

Tuesday, 27 August 2013Retaurant explosion in sweden
There are more restaurants in Sweden today than 10 years ago as the number of restaurants has increased by about 25 percent.

ABB moving production laying Czech Republic, laying off 57 people

Monday, 26 August 2013
Engineering firms, ABB is moving production the Czech Republic and the consequence is that 57 people will have to be let go from Nyköping.

ICA Banken warned  by the Swedish FSA

Monday, 26 August 2013

ICA Banken AB did not report to Swedish Financial Services
Authority, or the Finansinspektionen (FI) that the Bank had a new owner, which it is obligated to do. As a result of this breach, the Bank is receiving a remark.

Länsförsäkringar bank puts its mortgage rates up likely the start for others to follow

Saturday, 24 August 2013Länsförsäkringar
On August 26, mortgage lender,  Länsförsäkringar will  raise its interest rates for mortgages for the loaning period range of 2 and 7 years.

Africans continued to find Sweden a terrifying place for them to live in as the explosion of African-phobia crimes continues to persist

Friday, 13 September 2013Police brutality in sweden
There will be a demonstration in the Swedish city of Malmö this weekend as Africa-Sweden once again show their frustration to the Swedish society for it's persistent disdain of them. Just the colour of the black skin kills the Swedish man and the hate becomes so strong that the death of a black African is the best way for them to show their dislike for that race.

Asylum seekers are queuing Swedish embassies after the country's recent generous asylum offer

Friday, 13 September 2013Syrian- Crisis
After the Swedish government decided last week to grants permanent residency to Syrians who had come to Sweden, and claimed to have been fleeing the conflict, a long queue of people has suddenly emerged outside Sweden's embassies in the Middle East.

Sweden’s GDP grew less than previously thought in the second quarter 2013

Friday, 13 September 2013Swedish came to an almost standstill
Sweden’s GDP increased 0.1 percent in the second quarter 2013, working-day adjusted and compared to the second quarter of 2012. GDP decreased 0.2 percent, seasonally adjusted and compared to the first quarter of 2013.

They want their pride back and drop out in their drove from the far right party, Sweden Democrats

Friday, 13 September 2013Sweden Democrats activist being confronted in Goteborg
It looks like its no longer cool to be a far right activist in Sweden, especially at the grassroots level as there seem to be a large decamp from Sweden's own far right party, Sweden Democrats.

Norwegian mass murderer Breivik to study political science at Oslo University

Friday, 13 September 2013Norwegian mass murderer Breivik to study political science at Oslo University
Described as more favours being given to the Norwegian mass murderer, Anders Behring Breivik, it has emerged that he has been granted admission at the University of Oslo to study political science.

Norwegian Progress party unhappy with a portrays of them linked to mass murderer Breivik

Thursday, 12 September 2013
The Link between mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik as show in some foreign newspapers - NRK
Norwegian Progress Party was outraged when after its election success various foreign media outlets tied the party to the Norwegian mass murdered, Anders Behring Breivik. The Party now pleads with the Norwegian foreign office to help clean its image abroad.

The Nordic countries Engineered Obama - Putin co-operation over Syria

Thursday, 12 September 2013Nordic- America Co-opeartionNordic - America Co-operation - Nordic leader and Obama / Scancomark
Nordic media sources are reporting that the Nordic idea and approach to diplomacy led to the prising a truce out of the heated deadlock between USA and Russia over Syria. Nordic diplomatic approach to the conflict, which would have seen the USA bombarding Syria accused of using Chemical weapons on its citizens, was avoided thanks to the Nordic diplomatic thinking. 

Impressive giant order on the way for the Swedish fighter jets gripen from the USA

Thursday, 12 September 2013Saab Gripen
The Swedish arms manufacturer Saab continues to remain on the positive side of the news after it emerged today that through its  co-operations with the U.S. Boeing, it now plans to offer Gripen aircraft to the U.S. Air Force's educational TX future trainer requirement.

Swedish government throws bait to homeowners aimed at attracting into solar cells investment

Thursday, 12 September 2013solar panel
The Swedish government wants to encourage micro production of energy through the solar energy production system. The approach will see homeowners with solar cells able to have make some money from energy to the tune of up to Skr12 thousand a year.

Norway rich and the richness is driving the country crazy

Wednesday, 11 September 2013Norway
Norway, which just voted a new right wing government has been accused of  being  an island of prosperity in Europe, with so much money that it literally doesn't know what to do with it. See more reporting from Business Insider (External Source)

Health benefits of fruits exhibited in a new Swedish study - Fruit protect from aneurysm

Wednesday, 11 September 2013fruits
Eating at least a few pieces of fruit a day reduces the risk of rupture of abdominal aortic aneurysms, a new Swedish study show, throwing more light into the value of fruits as a healthy living enhancer.

Sweden's wonder economy that cannot create jobs as unemployment continue to remain high

Wednesday, 11 September 2013Swedish jobs searcher
Swedish unemployment continues to dog the government as new data release shows unemployment remaining at a high level.

Norwegian airliner, Norwegian sees its future being thwarted by Boeing as the dream liner ushers in more problems than expected.  

Tuesday, 10 September 2013Norwegina DreamlinerNorwegiain Dreamliner could not fly - Image Norwegian
Boeing is making Norwegian low cost carrier loose market competitiveness as its newly delivered Dreamliner is finding it hard to take off from the ground.

UN confirms Denmark as the happiest place to live on earth followed by the other Scandinavian countries

Tuesday, 10 September 2013

The United Nations General Assembly's second World Happiness Report, which ranks countries based on several measures of well-being and analyzes the factors that contribute to that well-being has placed Denmark as the happiest country. (Livescience)

Copenhagen University leads as the best Scandinavian University, Goteborg University misses out

Tuesday, 10 September 2013copenhagenCopenhagen University
U.S. and British elite universities are on top of the world as the best places for higher education according to the QS World Universities 2013/14 rankings, published on Tuesday. Danish University of Copenhagen has emerged on top as the leading Nordic university.

The wonders of Finnish education system - where first graders already start reading just after a month in school

Tuesday, 10 September 2013primary school in Finland
Finnish education system is always talked of as one of the best in world and that seem to be something that will remain for a long time. After just a month in school, first graders are already reading nice in a school in Finland - the wonders of Finnish education model.

Stefan Löfven, leader of Sweden's Social Democrats is worried about the Norwegian election results

Tuesday, 10 September 2013Lofven
Sweden's Social Democratic party leader, Stefan Löfven says he is disappointed by the Norwegian election results.

Spectacular shift in power in Norway as the Labour gives way to the Conservatives

Monday, 09 September 2013Erna Solberg, heads the of the Conservative PartyErna Solberg, heads the of the Norwegian Conservative Party/NRK
Erna Solberg will be the new Prime Minister of Norway after the Norway's Labour Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg admitted defeat in Monday's general election. After the vote counting, Norway's Labour Prime Minister, Jens Stoltenberg has admitted defeat in Monday's general election as the Conservatives shifts to office as Labour moves out.

Evolving structure of Swedish municipalities: Fears that some Swedish municipalities could die in the nearest future as their population shrink

Monday, 09 September 2013weakening swedish rurla areas
If current projections being examined stand, then nineteen Swedish municipalities, which have shrunk every year for two decades, will continues and would even disappear.

Foreign tourists reject Sweden, as it looks like Sweden is loosing its popularity with international tourists.

Sunday, 08 September 2013Goteborg
Fewer tourists came to Sweden in June and July, compared with the same month last year, questioning whether Sweden has lost its mojo as destination for international tourists.

New study shows the link between Swedish Snuff and increase risk of stillbirth

Sunday, 08 September 2013snus
The use of Swedish snuff has been discussed internationally as a safer alternative to tobacco smoking, but new study shows how devastating it is to foetuses.

The Swedish left wings are coming: How the Red - Green Coalition are maintaining their opinion poll lead and building solid route to power in Sweden

Sunday, 08 September 2013

Swedish Prime Minister. Fredrik Reinfeldt Stefan Löfven, leder of the the Social Democrats
Swedish Prime Minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt
Stefan Löfven, the Social Democrats

There is a saying that goes thus "the opposition parties don't win election, the government loose it. Such a scenarios shaping up in Sweden today as the build-up to the next general election in Sweden is getting closer. The man on the rights of the picture want the man on the lefts' job.

Hazardous substance dictated in drinking water in Sweden

Saturday, 07 September 2013water
There are fears that hormone-disrupting substance, bisphenol A (BPA) has been found in tap drinking water to home in Sweden, a test carried out by the Swedish Chemical Agency revealed. The dangerous health disrupting substance is said to be found in water pipes in eight out of 22 houses surveyed in Stockholm, Malmö and Gothenburg.

Sweden wants to open criminal prosecution on the company that employed and exploited Cameroonian guest workers in Sweden.

Saturday, 07 September 2013Cameroonian exploited in sweden
The Swedish prosecutors are opening criminal investigation on companies that employed Cameroonians to plan trees in the Swedish forest in Västerbotten, Northern Sweden. This comes after investigations at the beginning of this year by Swedish television showed that the Cameroonian workers were exploited and abused buy their employer.

Migration is beneficial; economically - Sweden - Norway migration pays better

Friday, 06 September 2013Norway
If you are a Swedes looking for work, there seem to be plenty in Norway for you. Also if you are working in some types of sectors that have a higher demand of skills in Norway, it make sense if you can move over there for it pays up to 50 percent more than in Sweden.

Sweden pointed out as American's NSA secret key partner

Friday, 06 September 2013Communication
The Swedish organisation Försvarets Radioanstalt, or the National Defence Radio Establishment, (FRA), has been accused of being an accomplice of the US in its spying and information-tapping program.

Norway housing will drag the country down just like expected in Sweden

Friday, 06 September 2013Norwegian housing
The economic crisis seem to have helped Denmark maintain a slightly more relaxed housing market in that the housing sector here is not experiencing the type of price growth as seen in Sweden and Norway.

Swedish governing parties seeing some improvement in their polling fortunes

Friday, 06 September 2013Alliance
All smaller parties in the Swedish governing Alliance coalition make some improvement in their voters perception and push themselves over the parliamentary accession threshold and took back over four percent the had lost in August.

IMF warns of Swedish housing market of an impending bubble

Thursday, 05 September 2013Swedish housing bubble?
The International Monetary Fund, IMF, has warned Sweden of a housing bubble and recommends Sweden for the introduction of interest-only loans as one of several measures to reduce risks of a housing bubble.

US president Obama has left Sweden after a two days visit - a visit that has been described as very productive

Thursday, 05 September 2013Obama has left Sweden
US president Barack Obama's Air Force One took off not long ago from Swedish soil after visiting the Swedish  Royal couple as part of his two say visit program.

Africa's richest man expanding investment in Nigeria that could trigger job boom

Thursday, 05 September 2013
Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, plans to invest $ 9 billion, or some Skr60 billion, in the refinery and petrochemical plants to reduce Nigeria's dependence on imported fuel.

Microsoft and Nokia bosses in Finland for charm offensive - Steve Ballmer visits Finnish Parliament for discussion with politicians

Thursday, 05 September 2013Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer in Finland
Top officials of the stuffed Nokia and Microsoft, outgoing Nokia CEO Stephen Elop and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer met with Nokia employees in Oulu and Tampere on Wednesday. At the same time Steve Ballmer went to the Finnish parliament for what has been described as charm offensive and reassurances.

New era of American - Nordic co-operation as Obama and the Nordic leaders condemn use of chemical weapons in Syria

Thursday, 05 September 2013Nordic leaders
President Obama visiting Sweden had the chance to meet with the leaders and head of governments of the 5 Nordic in Stockholm where they had dinner together and emerged with a joint statement strongly condemning the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

President Obama stressed that the world called on re line on chemical weapons not him

Wednesday, 04 September 2013Obama in sweden - the press conference
US President Barack Obama visiting Sweden said Wednesday that the red line he outlined last year regarding Syria's use of chemical weapons came from international treaties and past congressional action, and now it is time for the international community to make sure that the red lines is respected.

US president Obama has now touched down in the Sweden

Wednesday, 04 September 2013Obama airforce one
US President Barack Obama has landed in Sweden. The president's plane, the Air Force One touched down at Stockholm's Arlanda Airport this morning.

Sweden and Finland maintain momentum as top 10 most competitive economies in the world

Wednesday, 04 September 2013Source: The Global Competitiveness Report 2013-2014
Sweden and Finland have emerged among the top 10 most competitive economies of the world, new compilation from the world economic forum revealed in its Global Competitiveness Report for 2013 / 2014.

Finnish economy would start looking for ways to rejuvenate since Nokia has finally moved on to the Americans

Tuesday, 03 September 2013Slow Finnish economy
The Finnish economy was growing pretty well for the 10 years before the financial crisis. Since then, the country has struggled to navigate through the choppy waters created by the waves of the crisis and dealing with the pain of Nokia.

Resigns from the board of directors after revelations that she used job seekers resources to boost her own interest

Tuesday, 03 September 2013Joyce Kimwaga Lundin
A rear position held by a black person in Sweden has brought the aspiration of that sector of the community under further strains when a board member is forced to resign after it emerged she used resources destined for job seekers for her own interest.

Sweden starts granting all Syrians who arrive here permanent residency - what can go wrong?

Tuesday, 03 September 2013Migrationsverket
The Swedish Migration Board has decided to start giving all Syrians who have come to Sweden permanent residence, making Sweden the first in the EU to reconsider the situation in Syria and let everyone who received temporary authorization to stay and bring in their families.

Gone as Microsoft successfully usurped Nokia into its blood stream. Paid $7.1 billion for it

Tuesday, 03 September 2013Nokia
Microsoft said it has reached an agreement to acquire the handset and services business of Nokia for more than $7.1 billion, in an effort to transform Microsoft’s business for a mobile era that has largely passed it by.

Danish academic personality accuses Pharmaceutical companies of behaving like mafia

Monday, 02 September 2013medicines
A Danish academic personality has accused Pharmaceutical companies of operating using methods he described as Mafia approaches in which they carry out illegal marketing and tinkering with research which end up costing hundreds of thousands of lives each year.

Strike at Copenhagen Airport called off after a period of chaotic scenes

Monday, 02 September 2013Copenhagen airport
The strike this morning by security staff at Copenhagen Airport, which had paralysed the airport, making planes to fly empty to their destinations have now been called off.

The London City skyscraper, which has the power to melt cars

Monday, 02 September 2013Walkie Talkie skyscraperWalkie Talkie skyscraper, London - London property market
A new building in the London financial district has been reported to literally melt cars. This has led developers to promised urgent action to “cover up” the Walkie Talkie skyscraper in the City according to this report from The Independent

Car registration in Sweden increased

Monday, 02 September 2013New car registration
New car registration in Sweden in gearing up as new car registration in August stood at  21,616 cars, latest figures out today show.

Reaction to Obama speech to delay Syrian strike in Denmark

Sunday, 01 September 2013Denmark
Obama's speech on Syria on Saturday has prompted many reactions in Denmark, one of the only Scandinavian country ready to back the USA in any forms it its campaign in Syria. According various write-ups in the Danish press, Obama is perceived from one corner as brave and the other as weak.

Sweden will not take part in Syrian attack: Reinfeldt - political resolution strongly sought

Friday, 30 August 2013Swedish Prime Minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt
Swedish Prime Minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt stresses on Saturday that it is important that the UN observers  continue and complete their work in Syria and he stands against a possible U.S. military strike against Syria.

Obama is coming - as the US president on his way to Sweden, program released

Friday, 30 August 2013Obama
The US president, Barack Obama, is on his way to Sweden  and the Swedish government has officially presented the program of activities the president will engage in here - in Stockholm from the 4 to 5 September.

The Swedish government will make it more expensive to consume alcohol to pay for tax cuts elsewhere

Friday, 30 August 2013systembologet
The Swedish government will raise the price for alcohol through taxation of about 13 per cent in the autumn budget. Since tax cuts are already promised, it is looking for where to plug back that donut hole.

Swedish Labour costs are rising also as unemployment continues to remain high

Friday, 30 August 2013Labour cost
The Swedish Labour Cost Index (AKI) for the private sector in June 2013 was 112.6 for wage - earners and 112.9 for salaried employees, a rise of 2.4 and 2.5 respectively comparatively.

Denmark stands firm to supports interventions in Syria outside the UN

Thursday, 29 August 2013Danish-army
A majority of Danish political parties supports an action in Syria even without the support of the UN.

False advertisement of child sex shows how the interest in child prostitution is popular in Sweden

Thursday, 29 August 2013child sex abuse
It was reported recently about how there is growing incidents in Sweden, where children here sell themselves as sex objects. Probably as a test, radio Sweden conducted a test, which reveals something that was not expected.

Ryanair CEO, Michael O'Leary reacts to criticism of the carrier's persistently hitting negative news reports

Thursday, 29 August 2013
Michael O'Leary, CEO of "budget airliner"  Ryanair  reacted on Thursday in a press conference in the Swedish capital Stockholm, to accusation meted on his company as being one of the worse in the industry in terms of safety and working conditions.

Volvocars to charm the car world with a news tool - releases a new concept Coupé car ahead of its debut at the Frankfurt motor show

Thursday, 29 August 2013Volvo concept car
Chinese Swedish owned Volvo Cars Corporation  just unveiled veil its first example of the car which manufacturer's new design is expected to speak in the future.

Warning for Sky-high oil price as the fear of an American strike on Syria makes the market wobbly

Wednesday, 28 August 2013oil
The chances that the US and its allies could take military action against Syria have continued to shake up global markets. In relations of commodities, oil price, which exploded this week stabilised on Wednesday afternoon.

Swedish UN weapons expert, Hans Blix not in support of bombing Syria

Wednesday, 28 August 2013Hans blix
The Swedish former UN weapons inspector, Hans Blix is highly critical of any plans to bomb Syria and has vehemently made it clear that he is not in support of that.

The identification and analysis of a news element

Wednesday, 28 August 2013Periodic table
The University of Lund in Sweden is in the news in that it says it has analysed a compound of element within the confluence of physics, which ushers in a news compound.

Obama is coming and Sweden is getting really prepared as never before

Wednesday, 28 August 2013Obama
US president Barack Obama is coming to Sweden in September for an official visit and all is being done to make sure that the president's visit reflects what Sweden can give to the most powerful leader of the free world.

Shoplifting and shop theft a stumbling bloc to Swedish retail business and the Swedish society as  shops loose billions in shoplifting

Wednesday, 28 August 2013theft in shops in Sweden
Thefts in Swedish stores/shops each year amounts to around Skr6 billion, according to an analysis made by the industry organizations, Handelns utredningsinstitut or in short, HUI-research on behave of business and employers organization, Svensk Handel (The Swedish Trade Federation).

Swedes domestic debts Mountain continues to grow and even faster

Tuesday, 27 August 2013swedish-household debts
Swedish households borrow more and at increase occurring  and at a very rapid pace, pushing the worrisome Swedish household debt mountain higher.

Swiss parliament has now agreed to engage in the Swedish jet fighter, Gripen

Tuesday, 27 August 2013Saab Gripen
The Swiss political machinery has accepted that they would go ahead with the Gripen deal. That process took a step forward today when the security committee of the National Council voted yes to the deal.

Swedish bank, Swedbank sees brightening economic outlook in the "old" world

Tuesday, 27 August 2013Emegring Economy according to swedbank
The Colombo - Sri Lankan stock market performed best in 2012
The downturn in the euro area is now levelling off and the U.S. economy look to picks up. The greatest risks not stand in the hand of the side of the emerging economies, particularly related to China.

Swedish business daily, Dagens Industri revisits to mark the books Euro economies - who passed and who failed?

Tuesday, 27 August 2013Euro-zone
The Euro-zone economy is gradually coming out of the water deep, if one was to believe the various news reports and "specialist" analysis being churned out.

Despite her dismissal, former Directors, of Swedish Employment Services Angeles Bermudez-Svankvist keeps her pay

Tuesday, 27 August 2013Angeles Bermudez-Svankvist
The director of the Swedish employment services, Angeles Bermudez-Svankvist who was dismissed last Sunday will continue to keep her pay despite no longer working.

Swedish Employment Service Chairperson, Christina Johansson resigns after exposure of insider interest

Tuesday, 27 August 2013
Christina JohanssonWe reported yesterday that the a top official of the Swedish Employment Service, Christina Johansson (Moderate Party) who was found to have had an interest of collusion in the organisation has resigned from her double company Rinman Education. But is that enough?

Horsemeat consumption getting more popular in Sweden - especially after the horsemeat scandal

Tuesday, 27 August 2013horse meat
There has been interest in the consumption of horsemeat in Sweden especially in the big cities driven by the horsemeat scandal.

The psychological effects of being a black woman: How black women take dangerous steps through skin beaching to seek illusive "White" beauty

Monday, 26 August 2013skin Bleaching
"White women are more beautiful than black women!" This not the view of white women's, it is the perception carry around by black women and they are doing the most dangerous things to change the colour of their skin.

Swedish export managers see reason to be hopeful and Europe continues to look brightened

Monday, 26 August 2013Swedish-exports
Swedish Export Manager has a view that Swedish exports would improve during the third quarter. Export Manager Index (EMI) rose to 56.5 from 51.6 the previous quarter, a situation be cautiously happy about.

Swedish government sets tougher requirements on banks as a buffer for a possible next financial crisis

Monday, 26 August 2013Peter Norman
The Swedish Financial Services Authority, Finansinspektionen (FI) is excited that it has been provided with a new powers to put pressure on Swedish banks to reduce their over reach and work harder to earn their huge profits.

After criticisms from the leader of the Social Democrat, Stefan Löfven, the director of the Swedish Employment Service, Angeles Bermudez-Svankvist forced to leave

Sunday, 25 August 2013Angeles Bermudez-Svankvist
The leader of the Social Democrats had hit hard on the government for being quite despite heavy loose of confidence in the leadership and the job of the director general of the Swedish employment service,  Angeles Bermudez-Svankvist. After an emergency meeting on Sunday morning, she had been pressured to resign by the Minister of Swedish Lab our Minister Hillevi Engström